Alberto P. Calderón (1920-1998)

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espagnol; castillan
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Mendoza, Argentine, 14-09-1920
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Mathématicien. - Cercheur et professeur : University of Chicago (1959-1972), Massachussets institute of technology (1975-1985). - Professeur honoraire : Universidad de Buenos Aires (1975)
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  • Contributions to Fourier analysis. A. Zygmund, W. Transue, M. Morse, A. P. Calderon, S. Bochner

    Material description : In-4° , II-188 p., fig., polytypé
    Note : Note : Annals of mathematics studies, No. 25
    Edition : 1950 Princeton (N. J.) Princeton University press
    Auteur du texte : Marston Morse (1892-1977)

  • Selected papers of Alberto P. Calderón with commentary ; Alexandra Bellow, Carlos E. Kenig, Paul Malliavin, editors

    Material description : 1 vol. (XXXIX-639 p.)
    Note : Note : Liste des publications d'Alberto P. Calderón
    Edition : cop. 2008 Providence (R.I.) American mathematical society

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  • Harmonic analysis and partial differential equations : essays in honor of Alberto Calderón / ed. by Michael Christ, Carlos E. Kenig, Cora Sadosky, 1999

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